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At least 16 feared dead in Texas hot air balloon crash
8 min 37 sec ago
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Ask a Trooper: How to handle road rage?
3 hours 8 min ago
Police: Minnesota woman drove 120 miles with BAC almost 4 times the legal limit
3 hours 23 min ago
It’s been more than a week since the thunderstorm storm ripped through the area, taking down many mature trees with its high winds. Now is the time to start planning for the craters left behind from uprooted trees. One recommendation is to plant smaller trees or shrubs — like maples, lilacs and arborvitae  — to keep them from growing tall enough to get tangled in power lines or from blowing over in strong winds. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
Start planning for what to plant when replacing downed trees
13 hours 49 min ago
At least three kittens have been found in the middle of the Blatnik Bridge over the past two months. Two of them had the same injury to their front leg that required amputation. Frenchie (left) was found on the bridge Tuesday afternoon and will require surgery. Bianca (right) is recovering from surgery after being found on the bridge June 9. Photos courtesy of the Humane Society of Douglas County
Police seek information on injured kittens found on Blatnik Bridge
July 29, 2016 - 11:28am
Federal judge strikes down parts of Wisconsin voter laws
6 hours 16 min ago
Minnesota Supreme Court to hear Cirrus co-founder’s appeal in September
14 hours 25 min ago
Former Duluth Dukes player Bernie Gerl reacts after seeing a bobblehead of himself that was unveiled at the Duluth Huskies game on Friday at Wade Stadium. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
Former Dukes player gets his own bobblehead
14 hours 11 min ago
Vikings' reserve QB hurt in freak accident
14 hours 23 min ago
Former Grand Rapids treatment center employee sentenced to six years on sex, drug charges
17 hours 36 min ago
Woodland Days to be held Saturday
16 hours 41 min ago
Ask a Master Gardener: Will ‘Hot Papaya’ Echinacea self seed?
13 hours 52 min ago
Huskies' losing streak reaches five games
14 hours 21 min ago
Walk in 12th inning lifts Twins over White Sox
14 hours 27 min ago
City of Duluth heavy equipment operator Doug Quade of Duluth uses a 13-ton front-end loader to stack and compress branches and woody debris from last week's storm as a Duluth resident unloads a trailer full of debris at a collection site on Rice Lake Road in Duluth Wednesday evening. The pile reached over 15 feet in height in many areas, which is just beyond the reach of the bucket on the loader. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com) LEAD IMAGE
Storm debris will fuel power plant
July 28, 2016 - 10:00pm
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